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June 11, 2020

The United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), has provided $1.7 million to help Belarus respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. This assistance is helping prepare laboratory systems, activate case-finding and event-based surveillance, support technical experts for response and preparedness, and bolster risk communications. Medical and technical experts are helping Belarus to prepare for COVID-19 cases, communicating accurate public health information to the public, and supporting community engagement activities with a particular focus on infection prevention and control, including the provision of medical supplies and ensuring access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene in COVID-19 designated health care facilities, social service centers, and other government facilities.

June 10, 2020

The United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), has provided $1.7 million to help Belarus respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. This assistance is helping prepare laboratory systems, activate case-finding and event-based surveillance, support technical experts for response and preparedness, and bolster risk communications.

May 20, 2020

To Whom It May oncern:

Please be informed that AMENDMENT NO.01, ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS of the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Number: 72011320RFA00001, INNOVATE, is published on www.grants.gov.   

FULL APPLICATION CLOSING: JUNE 8, 2020  by 16:00 Kyiv Local Time

May 13, 2020

Pavel Skakun created his own software, StickCRM, to optimize business processes. The idea of designing a unique CRM system came into him after his market analysis  demonstrated there was no such program targeting Belarus clients, especially one that would take into account local business processes and integrate with domestic logistics companies and services. 

May 4, 2020

Communities at the grass roots level are best positioned to help their most vulnerable members in facing the challenges of COVID-19. Tatyana Aleksandrovich, an alumna of several USAID-supported activities and programs, including the USAID Leadership in Local Communities program, which is implemented by the Office for European Expertise and Communication (OEEC), organized her neighborhood in a Minsk district to run errands for the elderly to protect seniors from potential exposure to the coronavirus infection.

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